Juliane Iannarelli is senior vice president and chief knowledge officer at AACSB International, leading a team providing business education intelligence to the association’s membership of business educators and business education stakeholders. AACSB’s Business Education Intelligence includes the DataDirect business education benchmarking platform, the bi-monthly BizEd magazine, and a variety of projects to research, curate, and share trends and best practices in business education. As staff liaison to the association’s Innovation Committee, Juliane has served as the lead researcher for A Collective Vision for Business Education (2016); The Promise of Business Doctoral Education (2013); Impact of Research: A Guide for Business School (2012); and and Globalization of Management Education: Changing International Structures, Adaptive Strategies, and the Impact on Institutions (2011). Prior to assuming her research role, Juliane’s tenure with the association began in roles supporting AACSB accreditation.
Iannarelli also serves, since July 2017, as the association’s chief diversity and inclusion advocate, leading the organization's efforts to drive awareness of diversity and inclusion issues and effective practices, foster a data- and research-driven approach to support diversity and inclusion globally, and explore and develop partnerships that enhance these perspectives in the business education ecosystem.